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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 November 1904

v JiO fa V fa V fa fa 'l fa fa v fa tit 11 a MX! il MIU Jl V 8 TO GET THE BEST THE BEST VALUES THAT ARE TO BE HAD SHOULD BE YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY. WE ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU THE OPPORTUNITY. 3 Suits and Overcoats We have decided to Reduce our Stock Regardless of Ori ginal Cost. The Patterns and Styles are up-to-date and of the best qualities. Don't miss V this if you want to buy. ' - Clothing for the Feet Shoes for all sizes The best by test They fit better, wear longer and give Better Satisfaction than all others. W.L Douglas Shoes for Men to CloaKs and Jackets. This Season's Patterns J Dress Goods and Waistings g Capes and Furs g Underwear for all & Lion Brand Shirts & Collars j Shawls and Fascinators. $t TAYLOR & CANNAN. 1 fa A OloQitro. fn Plaaca i iwvtwvaa hw w vw LOCAL BREVITIES. Kug'-ne Ii"v' wa iii Salem Tin-1 a iy. a Ck wa in 11' ii'l"T"ii Sun .1.1 V. !,-ie (iilU rt rrturiml t Unii- I.. V. Crui wan in KvaiiKville villi- Tin. lay. 1 thi wn-k. (Wtain W...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 November 1904

"i IV r l ':! , '1. v f ,v I t f i (! (; 11 RANDOM NOTES OF INTEREST Curious CiMoms and Information. Instructive llu. l...hviaii nn.l Peruvian news - papers aniioiiiRv tliat, aiti-r u search extending over live centuries, t In great buried treasure of the Incus, upon which countless romances have Wn founded, lias la-en dis covered huricd in Bolivia. The treasure, which is valued at $20, 000,000 was discovered by a party of British and American engineers at Chayaltaya. The natives are in a state of great excitement, for they believe that there is treasure to the value of 82S,OO0,OO0 still to he dis covered. o o , Strange as it may seem, a lot of money is made out of policemen's -east-off uniforms, Quantitiet are ,Jjught by African traders and ex ported to various parts of the "Dark Continent," where they are exchanged for palm-oil, ivory, skins and other merchandise. It is by means an uncommon sight to .ee a swarthy savage dressed in the uniform of a London policeman, and wearing the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 November 1904

THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION SOME ODD REASONS For Choosing VYivee-Why Some Men Have Married. IViiutiful Shore," nnd hv the gruee of (iod we expect to meet little' Ruth over there. She hiix quit the walks" of men hut h1ii hurt inmti to luirtk ill t lie Martian fields of glorv. We hlicd President Roosevelt Acknowledge. !,,. tt.ar ((f w(()W ,mt it K,(.HIllH Debt of American People. with the radiant my of joy ami j hojN', lieeause we know that let dc- ; jiitrturc ix only entrance into ctcr- ',Y III IL l'llKrtlUKN'r K TIIK I'MTKI lial life. Simk.i: A I'll'" lamation: j Dear parents, I know that yon It hart plciirteil Almighty (iod to arc lonely while the dead are not l.riniz the Aineriean nhiIc iii i-afe-1 foiKntten, hut the living neeil your Iv and honor through iniother year, ! rtiiiilec. You have loved one yet and, in accordance with the loiiK, ' left to hies your declining yearn, unhrokcii custom handed downtoj Your life irt not all U-reft. Im k .y our forefatherrt, the lime hart , up t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 November 1904

TH Is3 n n fP tr?x i7 ni f ni ! Q) 11 JJ 'ami.. w vm WE DO AS WE SAY! Volumes of praise could be written about our extraordinary Cash Bargains. We can save you from 15 to 25 per cent :M on every dollars worth of goods you buy from us, and it has been demonstrated thousands of times that :? And a proper conception of what is up-to-date in Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Hats can only be had by stepping into our store and seeing them. & s OUR PRICES. Pacific and Simpson Calico 4.Jc per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4Jc " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 c " The Best Table Oil Cloth 18 c Cotton Batting 5 cents per bale. Come in and get some of these goods while they last for everything GOES CHEAP FOR CASH. We don't charge you anything extra for losses, for we haven't any, for we sell only for cash. Dress Goods and Waistings. Come in and see our line, they are cheap for Cash. Shoes BUY 'THE BEST I I iv ui UWII Ladies Fine Shoes $1.50 now they go at $1.20 Brown Queen Bee for ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

a: EH us: VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1904. NUMBER 19. WitteM MINING FEATURES OF THE WEEK it Sturgis organization in ilriftin 1(K) feet depth. There urc two men employed on 'the Old Jim jrn'rty jri)H)m tinK J for carbonate of stinc., Tk 1 1 1 1 m 1 a C11... ff N.. Mai . . mm i a . . I ,,nB w, -.iwii u. wur mining rieia UOingf Win. I,.urie Iu.h taken a ntnu Splendid Work-Supt. Brooks and What hej,JHi,,kft : f,M,t Fliaft f,,r is Accomplishing The Gilbert Mine a Type ' '.'T ' Vf V'uiHvilK "?r x"w;6 t Ul-u m... it,.. 7K j Salem church. ,0 wi ui 1 1 ii.ii viis nuor opar rroperiies. i ... . ., I I In-ik rnur Mining tompany R i plant bus Inch iilli; since tht recent iinrcr CTf rnnif tni . Jiu'ci'lcnt in their shaft. It is stated MINELETS FROM HERE AND THERE 1 ti.t .. win W resumed in tt f. .lays with ii full force. John lIiirp.ii.li:.K is pr.,H.-etinK ((((((((((S)f)()()())( the licit iV Sullriiucr property, f?) f my ;tf Drugs and Druggists Sundries C...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

OVERFLOW OF T,.,l-.. n... f..n ii W1 HUP illll 1U l'U."-llll if Monday. R. M. Allon lift for the World's Fair Monday. W. J. Hodge, of Iron Hill, was here Monday. J. Frank Conger was in Imis ville this week. G. W. TaUr, of Mexico, was in town Saturday. W. P. Crider, of Tolu, was in town Saturday. E. B. Franklin gave, us a pleas ant call Monday. Haynes' display of Holiday Goods Nov. 24th. Hade May, of Livingston county, tras here Monday. Ja. Babb of Carrsville, was here the first of the week. Clem Nunn and J. W. Blue left Monday for St. Louis. Jno. Sutherland returned Sunday from the World's Fair. L. L. Price and daughter, of I vias, were here Saturday. W. T. Perry, of Blackford, spent Monday night in the city. T. J. Ainaworth returned Sun day from the World's Fair. Roy Bennett, of Joy, was here Monday and called at this office L. W. Crucc was in Evansville on business the first of the week W. D. Baird accompanied J. I). Templcman to Salem this week Postmaster Chas. IaRuc, of !- vias,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

tUMUnlAL COMMENT excellent services rendered by these K nt!cnirn, tlio result would lmw j ,K,''" otherwise New I iivcn Kc. What Our Exchange Have to Say! thought they would About ttie Result of the Election jllitUHS" l"r.l. ri,i.,t.,wn T. l- ' iKraiii. I lu re wo Kill Taylor, it seems, will nut i'"'" ! hac to move out of Imli:ui i ,i,n,i tmki riiiif and iini,,.rili,,, Kcntu.kiiin. 1 i'-nrv them all in one Kravc, sweur FxctlSe 11H 1,1.1 I. 'V"" '"'V,T "W,"'l tll,,,n ,lM . H, ..., ill". "" " ."' I I . p i , . ""' 1,1 '"I Wl W II. Owt llK- n.cklust I ii.-H.lay that ,- ,, M,r , irr .-". mm him to f'laliltli'drtM.)y.-H;i,.,'Hi (iraphic i ,',"',''iI'"t' lnH 1.1) dm tiat Ju.i. . , . jl'urkrr "r.,H,. at Iuh usual hour Inusaml Il..i,k,ns na.nty llr(.:W,,ll( Hday ,rillg, w(,lt ut M.ll D. M,.Hrat.-.-i,m,1H(;ra,hi,..1Hth1,ttl, (mim, ,,, flirlI1 ,wiis U.i,ll proiM-rly don., and then P0ST SECTION SPRIGS. frtfrfM lMT.f j 1J JI.J . fr Tif lilli - - -" -" J low tl ip RaMirh t?:,i,.. I ----. Bia iini...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

fj. if i,. hi. I W-T t ' .ii i a f.Vi a lt 8 Ot ft) ! 4 !" !'i . : si ; !! , 1 j' i t r i : r. (! (I liv I 1 Bi g fgZg. tfF fff(0 Worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Eg, MUlllgd iJjUUU. shoes and Furnishings to be sold. Lowest sQe$3::aS sssS3es:sSsssS3sS) Price to do it. Nothing like our stock can be seen in county. ym ? If You See a Man Losing His Purse il iafl W WOULDN'T IT BE RIGHT TO TELL HIM? WE FEEL YOU ARE LOSING YOUR MONEY JS52S)iSgS I EVERYTIME YOU SPEND A DOLLAR THAT YOU DON'T SPEND WITH US. Our Goods Mean Right Style, Our New Line of Nobbiest See These which are only a Vnfl11 Quality, Fit, Price and you Hats and Caps are in. Few of the many Bargains: K CUlvlwll can find what you want. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! McnMs DcaJcr ove;coals J JJ - Everything wcscU you wiU be a money We can suit you. We'll save yov money . ' u LSQ (wl 1f -Ofl PTX saver. Compare ovr Goods, Compare our Queen Quality Shoes lor Women. JZtoJStS-iL vnu m UM Vllllvllll Drw Thrn Wf dc WalKover Shoes lor ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

WAY THROUGH ! I V3 ALL TC1 ATT MS Ladies and M Childrens Cloaks wand Jackets, Dress Goods and Walstlngs, Underwear and Hosiery, Furs and Capes, ;JU Ready-Made Skirts, Hats, Caps. Cloves, Neckwear, "Lion Brand" ....v, ... ww..a. a.e , iuw o, me many articles we are prepared ll& 10 ,vc you bctter va,ues ln than vou will find elsewhere. 7U And especially in Mens and Boys Ready-to-Wear Suits, Overcoats, Mackinetts, Kain coats and Extra Pants. BEST QUALITY! LOWEST PRICE! W. L. Douglas Shoes for Men, Radcliffe and Fad for Women, Red School House and Webster for Chil dren are Shoes of Distinction. Try Them, You'll be Satisfied. I Taylor h Gannan. LOCAL BREVITIES. A Pleasure to Please. II, J. Morrii", IViitiM, Marion. I'ork rait M at S iiwam. Mr- Fnnnie Jenning Choiiv l,f rmi-t 7e lit S IIWAIi'h I All htc-;ik, i rk iiikI Uif tic nt S mm am'. .1. A. Sti'Kar, of I'rimi-toii, wim town Tlintfilav. wit i in town Monday. S..1. in Sunday, j Mr. J. II. Tnkin went to F.v- 7. J. J.-lin-'M Crid.r ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

I Goes to Saddlersville. John Iiinglcy, the wm of Mr. W. C. Lnngley, wlio 1ms held a po sition at the L. & X. depot for some tinii', has Urn promote 1 by reason of his faithful and eflicient service und given the m wit ion of et at ion agent at Saddlersville, Tenn. He left Monday to assume his duties. John is one of the very best young men of the town and while we regret to lose him we are glad to str his merit recognized. l'rovidenee En terprise. V. (.'. bingley formerly resided here and his many friends here will lie pleas'.-d to know that his n is receiving merited rccognit ion. Doesn't Respect Old A e. It's Hhnmeful when youth fails to nhow proper respect for old age, hut just the contrary in the case of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old nge, Pyepep iiia, Jaundice, Fever, Constipation all yield to this perfect Till 2.V at R. F. Haynkh' drug store. Advertised Letters. Following is a list of unclaimed letters, etc., r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

0 S 30 0C The Crittenden o BEGOBB The Up-to-Datc Western Kentucky Newspaper It contains all the best General news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scribe now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick ind Choict of tht Best Journal Will b Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will send The Crittkn- DKN KtroliD and either of the following journals lxth onk YKAu'for price named: Tur CmmM'iN IIhi.uh with fim iiiiisiti Wis My Kn.pnr.r l.ui-v ill.' II. r iM ?t. Iui til.U l ni. r.it t i.iirn r Journal Wttllv Niiliillf A in n .hi Or we will send TllKjKlxoRl) and the Weekly Knjuirvr, both, and cither of the following journals onk YF.au for price named: ft "i l.T'i 1 l : Tl ( i.iiiiii..m r l.f lii 'fi popular M.n' iiinr Vijk' n.-r.il M.nrinif Kan.- fits Mar flslllillt.HI M.lt Will"' ( itiin Karon r N.ili..n:il M- kiii.ui .f . l K.trimr tri-l r' I Mt It. S irhlltl'' All" ."I" .in A in. n. hi Hm p ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 November 1904

n 4 tl t i i fl Kit A little study o! the Wonderful Bargain Opportunities will be convincing that at no time in the history of our business were values of liKe character ever offered. We can not too strongly impress upon you the importance of this offer. The low prices of the best quality of goods maKes a sure sale and a saving opportunity that you cannot afford to miss. RE0D OUR GREAT BARGAINS! J sTO HE Cotton Batting per role 5c , Hoosier Brown Domestic 4 J cents per yard Good Calico B. F. Constago bed tick Pepperell Bleech Sheeting " Brown " The Best Table Oil Cloth The Best Outing Cloth Underwear for Men, Women and Children at cash prices. Mens heavy undershirts 23c. These bargains are for you, so don't miss them. I HO A I KlTlAQ ' Gathered bJ 0ur Efficient LUlAL IlLllO. Correspondents. DYCUSBURG. Rev. Aaron Humphries died Nov. Tth, and was interred at the Iyctis htirg cemetery. Mrs. Carrie Humphries is visit ing her son nt Iron Hill. On Wednesday morning at the home of the hrii...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

tfnt VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1904. NUMBER 20. MARION'S OPPORTUNITY The City and County Will be Benefitted by the Work of liT, WEDDINGS GALORE! iThc Entire Commvntty Seems , Stricken With a Matrimon i ial Epidemic. I ! ATTRIBUTED TO LEAP-YEAD. liny (iillcrt, who for somn time ' ha Ion tlx; popular salesman in (iillcrt A- Hicklin's gnxvry, and I.Miw Kdna Moore, tin attractive iiml Miulnr laiiKlt-r if Mrs. II. A. Moore, were, united in mnrriagc Wednesday evening at tlit hride' home. INv. J. It. McAfee officiat ed. While it WUS expected til Jit jthis couple, would marry mum, thrir 1 plmiM had Lcn Vi vt n sei-nt and j Wednesday t-vciiiiifE when tht y en 8 T. Atchison Fru.cr, IirM Vice President; KoU rt 1. Xunn, Second Vin-l'riHidi iit; James K, Chittcn- Mi ii, .Ncretary; titurgc M. Crid I n -usurer. I'inrtoiH '. K. Weldon, chair 'mnn FinauiriiiHl Mi.-mls-rnhip iniu Alike : H. II. Say re, chairman I r.iitcrtainincnt, Arraiiguicnt and llmilding c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

Compare Ovr Prices, Yov'U Find Them the Lowest, ffi Will Move into New Building Abovt Dec. 15th, 10 o :m Our Stil Progress SHOES, THE STAR BRAND. Bargains in Notions. I Ladies and Childrens Capes and " Thcrearc none better.' Shirtwaist Sets 20c. Hairpins per box 4c Jackets at Greatly Reduced Men, Heavy Sh,ar Wing 00 Cfclja-jra-fc fc PflCCS. Mens' Heavy Shoes, regular 1.50 going at 1.00 pillow 20c. Seam braid 4c j w l)alh UVt-vs r((ruar ;JOc kind for 'JO cents. Ladies Fine Shoes, regular $1.50 going at $1.00 Shoe polish 9c. ;U) T w Liruns for .c. win Table Pudding for 30c. . Rubber overshoes at reduced prices . ,, . - ... " i i i. c I, j Quilts and Homemade (omforta $1.00 to S.UK) CHTHTQ. Relar Shirts oin at 71 cent3- C 8 8 The late style Wool Hats at greatly reduced prices. OillH 1 O. Regular .85 Shirts going at 55 cents. Only a lew pieces o! OUT MattinjJ kit It's goinft Complete line of Underwear at bargain prices last at the reduced price. Indies Skirts from $5.oo to $;i.50 PI Vrt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

NO CHANCE For Democracy to Win in 1 908 Siyi Col. Henry Watterion. !-M4m,4,,, acnooi Sprigs How in yiir soul, fellow teacher? I know how your sckct Uiok in. ) () " way of tin; school teacher, tlmt of tin; when the Staff don't 't.lain , it" tiirlini'. o lik. Imnl, I i- not oftrp thai we can qui t from Mr. Watterrfoti with approval ami jiKiin-, luil in an interview, puhlixlicil just U'foif li in departure f. ,r Ktin'iH1, Mr. Wutt. rso i suil: I i an we neither liojic nor futinv (,.r tin1 1 iiiiM-rjit ii- parly until . I liititf ililiH n loin tn lid.uL- in. ,),. l! .ul.li. an party. The !,.,. , a "l"ilt.v of country hc,o,, teach- i-r.iif were in power for alut half . '"K "'"I make u living out of it, i (i ntiirv until tin' slavery (Ui'tioii I n ( iht thriii. Tin' Ilcpuhlican parly I " ! i.w so strongly iittrcix licil that Tin- country hcIioo) t.arhcr'n It laliliol Is- lUsliHIgcil except l.y a MM ki t hook I lti.ii spin iii me joiriy iiM'ii or Two iniiMiHHihlc tiling to nmki in tin . .....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

j..i...tAW.wja awV m .Wmm SWmW BSKW jaw "W TV" "V - V" "V TV' v-" V 0gatfTAtxw m v , k "Dk JvT .'.1 T . . ...... . - . nil nilDCzww I ii v irTT-T.T-x-T-T - ill T'll. TUC PkAI.M UP ALL rUIXOUU. x llftr llftl 7ir nilV I.T2 cru Brtr.o. I WC MIC wimm - 7 ; W v-.w.j . . ..r-nuAiimcc : more here : m ! Represents VYoV F0R 0000 MERCH'5u t ThanEk where I Full Value. OeaClqVttri6r5 AT THE PRICE OF TRASH. FOR OOUU iYltionMnuu , . 1 79? inNov.28 j Big Cloak Sale! Jackets, Furs, Skirts. Shoes shoes That arc Good, Hon est Shoes, for Less than Shoddy Ones. MtIIVt Dry nUVCliy Goods New Waistings, Un derwear and Hosiery for all. They lit Men Bovs Children Belt BacK Overcoats More Good Clothing. Nobby Suits And at a mveh less price than you ever saw in a Marion Store. Glothing Good Clothing Comparison is the true test of Values, We court it on every sale. to buy Suits ift Overcoats, Pants or p any kind of Clothing ; Low Prices Best Goods See our Styles I k. M m Ynndel l-Gvtfenheim Company. I x wl ......

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

We arc overstocked in Clothing and have resolved to sell IVIens and Boys Suits and Overcoats at Greatly Reduced Prices for the next 30 days. To Reduce our Stock and to TO SAVE YOU MONEY IS OUR OBJECT! fa (a (a (a 13 ti is IE (a 12 (a 1 1 r W. L. Douglas Shoes for Men Are worn and praised by more men in all stations of life than any other make. THEY ARE BEST BY TEST ! Wc have the best line o! Shoes handled in the County for Men, Women, Children. Best Quality I Lowest Price ! Ladies and Misses CloaKs, Underwear and Hosiery, Furs and Fascinators, Dress Goods Wo'stings, Top SKirts, Etc. Hats, Caps and Gloves "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars. A Pleasure to Please. TAYLOR & CANNAN. LOCAL BREVITIES. t lii.i. i li f r";i-t .1 M"rri, IVnti-t, Marion. .,jt . tin- l.trr. I at Hi' k' gr..- s. 'I. iMip'i' wa- in m-rk. tit N IIW All H. Princeton l: .1 M-irrif. I -ntif-t . Marion. I Mif Frame (Iruy i nt Iliur- iii ir-ii f 'lay in F.vansvill.- '. K. ( i'k v unit .1.1. Hill. "I J Mm.rr wa in 1'i'...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

GEN. JOHN BLACK Will Probably be Next Pension Commission. A native of Mississippi for com- of winning at French Lick is one in niissioner of pensions is lielieved to a hundred. Wherefore, IVnioerat hnvc lieen decided upon hy Preni- ic prospects there wiil Ik; improved dent Roosevelt. The name of the permanent successor of Kugene F. Ware as pension commissioner will prohahly he Gen. John C. lilack, president of the civil service com mission a. id commander of the Cirand Army of the Repulilic. (ien. liiacK was Horn in Ix-xington, Miss., in lSIJil, and in 1X40 removed to Illinois, lie served in the federal army, and from lV.CHo 1S!." served in congress, representing one of the! the results of the election: Chicago districts. He is a Demo- Once more this country has ren erat and servel under Cleveland as tiered its emphatic verdict against commissioner of pensions. j free-trade agitation. I5y un over- The immediate successor of Mr. whelming vote the people of the .. ...ill i... t ... t ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

0 () Marion OCDC rThe Crittenden o RECORD The Vp-to-Date Western KcntvcKy Newspaper It contains all the lxst General news and all the Ical news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriU'r already, sub scribe now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick tnd Choici ol tht Best lournili Will bt Found in Our Clubbing Lift. We will send Tiik Ckittkn- PKN UkcokI) and either of the following journals lnth ()NK YKAH'for price namnl: Till t I'lTTIM'IN IIim'I.I Willi 'iti iini.it i kt !ii'iuipr ll l..ii..ill. II ni l I: N itn l...l. I, in.- r.it I ' I iiri r-Joitrii.il I 't kly N iliil!. Aim ri' .m I : Or we will send TiirJKwoim and the Weeklv Knuuirer, .Kith, and either of the following journals onk ykak for price named: Tin-1 iiiiiiiHK r I -In-' 1'i'i'iil.ir M it ini' Vi k' Moral M in iiii.- K.in-.i" t'liy M.ir t'iiin'l'liian M.iriiiii t iliin K.i rui' r National St kin .in .iiil K.inmr llrmli r' .! tii S ii nttlii Aim n in Aim ri ....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 November 1904

(RASH u II u una o A little study of the Wonderful Bargain Opportunities will be convincing that at no time in the history of our business were values of liKe character ever offered. We can not too strongly impress upon you the importance of this offer. The low prices of the best quality of goods maKes a sure sale and a saving opportunity that you cannot afford to miss. REflD OUR GREAT BARGAINS ! it t T M IM .vi SI r.vi el $0 Cotton Batting per role 5c Hoosier Brown Domestic 4 J cents per yard Good Calico 4.J B. F. Constago bed tick 15 Pepperell Bleech Sheeting 10x4 20c per yd. " Brown " 10x4 18c The Best Table Oil Cloth 18c The Best Outing Cloth 9c Underwear for JMen, Women and Children at cash prices. Mens heavy undershirts 23c. These bargains are for you, so don't miss them. See Our Line of Dress Goods and Waistings. Just back from market with a New Stock. They are first class in Style and Quality and we will not be undersold by anybody. We can afford to sell them cheaper than ot...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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